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  • trupicture trupicture May 29, 2002 2:09 PM Flag

    Joseph M. Tucci


    Joseph M. Tucci
    President and Chief Executive Officer
    EMC Corporation

    Joseph M. Tucci has been President and Chief Executive Officer of EMC Corporation since January 2001. Prior to that he spent one year as EMC's President and Chief Operating Officer. Tucci is based at EMC's corporate headquarters in Hopkinton, Massachusetts.

    EMC is the world leader in information storage systems, software, and services, with 2001 revenues of $7 billion and approximately 19,000 employees worldwide. Under Tucci's leadership, EMC delivers the world's most advanced and open networked information storage solutions, reducing the cost of managing large volumes of data and creating business value for customers.

    Since his arrival at EMC, Tucci has driven the company to extend its leading market positions in networked information storage and information storage software, two of the fastest-growing segments of the storage market. During 2001 he oversaw new product transitions that introduced EMC's open management software (AutoIS), solidified EMC's technology lead in storage hardware platforms, and led EMC to take over the #1 market share position in network attached storage (NAS). He has expanded EMC's Professional Services organization and Global Alliances program to broaden the reach of EMC's offerings, including an important agreement with Dell Computer, under which Dell now markets and sells EMC CLARiiON storage systems. EMC has acquired seven software companies since Tucci's arrival, and has committed approximately three-quarters of the company's annual research and development budget to expand the industry's leading line of information storage software.

    Tucci previously directed the financial and operational rebirth of Wang Global during six years as its Chairman and CEO. At Wang, Tucci guided the company through a rapid and successful emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and transformed the company from a midrange computer manufacturer into a worldwide leader in networked technology services and solutions. Under his leadership, Wang acquired and integrated ten companies from 1995 through 1999, and its market capitalization more than tripled. By the end of 1998, Wang Global had more than 20,000 employees, and offices and subsidiaries in over 40 countries, and annualized revenues in excess of $3.5 billion. In June 1999, Wang was acquired by Getronics NV, a global leader in IT services based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

    Prior to joining Wang in 1991, Tucci was President of U.S. Information Systems for Unisys Corporation, a position he assumed after the 1986 merger of Sperry and Burroughs that created Unisys. He began his career as a systems programmer at RCA Corporation and holds a bachelor's degree from Manhattan College and a master's degree in Business from Columbia University.

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